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In a earlier post on “Boost Your Resilience with Gratitude”, I shared a tip from HBR Management Tip of the Day. While research shows the transforming power gratitude in our personal lives, our relationships and our organizations, gratitude is not all about us. … Continue reading
What if you could decrease anxiety, reduce symptoms of illness while improving the quality of your sleep and building emotional resilience? According to some studies, gratitude can help. I had been thinking about starting a Gratitude Journal, and this tip … Continue reading
Whether you are a corporate trainer, public speaker or looking for better ways to train and develop people, you probably look for better ways to make an impact in your communication. I am always learning better ways to present, train … Continue reading